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JOHN GALLOWAY (partner GLEN ALTON)
161 Park Avenue
Holland Landing, Ontario, Canada, L9N 1J5
(905) 853-2632 Home
(905) 955-0940 Cell
jgalloway@gallowaymotorsltd.com





Recently Glen and John flew his Seabee for the first time after restoration. Congratulations! It is now going to be taken apart and have the 'Robinson' conversion done along with some other interior changes. Way to go John and Glen!

Update!: Glen Alton and John Galloway have put in about 800 hours into the transformation of their Seabee into a Robinson Seabee. They figure another 1000 hours or so. Keep up the good work guys!










CF-GZX   S/N 593
John Galloway
Before
John Galloway
After
ROBERT GEAR III
One Echo Ct.
PO Box 2831
Page, AZ 86040
AZGear@aol.com

New member, Robert Gear has purchased Jean Bilodeau's project. Keep us updated Robert!




N6047K     SN 222
Robert Gear III
MIKE GILROY
Alabama








N565CB  S/N 946
Mike Gilroy
GORDON GLAISTER
(503) 922-0557 Home
(503) 678-5114 cell

czechride@comcast.net






N6755K     SN 1043
Gordon Glaister
ROGER GLAZER
P.O. Box 672
Corona Del Mar
California 92625
TwinseaBee1@aol.com


New member, Roger has a Twin Bee.


N123BR     SN 12

Roger Glazer
LARS GLEITSMAN

Lars says:

"It flew last in 1974 and the engine (FranK!) Blew up (no joke!) and it force landed in a swamp in town here. Joe McHugh had rescued it from Juneau AK, and took it to Seattle where he painted it. Then sold to a fellow in AK ( I am friends with his son, too!) and flown to AK where upon arrival here in town the engine blew up. McHugh had told the new owner to replace the FranK! right away but he tried to at least fly it home. When I got it it still had fuel and mud from 1974 !!! (No Joke!)
...Anyway, I been working on it a lot and hope to fly it this summer (been said by many!)"

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N6706K  S/N 989
Lars Gleitsman
IAN GOLDIE
New South wales, Australia

Ian is rebuilding a Seabee downunder!  Photo 1   Photo 2    Photo 3    Photo 4






VH-IRG (N6166K)  SN 354
Ian Goldie
LANDON GOUDREAU
President, Endura Manufacturing Co. Ltd.
12425 - 149th street Edmonton, Alberta
T5L-2J6
1-800-661-9930
Phone (780) 451-4242

Cell (780) 554-2470
Fax (780) 452-5079
landon@endura.ca

Landon writes: "Hi there…….I am the proud new owner of Seabee ser# 663 …..N60CB……from the estate of Galen Tustison in California……
We are just working on getting the aircraft dismantled for trucking at the moment………
It should find its way up to my home in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada in the coming weeks…………I hope to do a complete restoration over the next year or two…….just getting myself acquainted with all things Seabee…….
I’m looking forward to getting to know some of the Seabee gang…….you all look to be a good bunch of people…..
I would really appreciate any contact info for members who enjoy describing what it is like to own and fly a Seabee…..
Call or email any time if you need any info………
Thanks"

N60CB    SN 663
Landon Goudreau
ROBERT A. GOULD
44-365 Kaneohe Bay Drive
Kaneohe, HI 96744-2664
(808) 254-5242
bob.gould@stanfordalumni.org


Hey guys,

   I guess we need to update my member info for N6255K (462) now that it has been flying for over a year.  Take  your pick of the photos.  Also, many more can be seen at www.bob.thegoulds.org.  If you prefer, you can use any of those you like.

   I have about 65 hours on it now, and it is running great.  Dealing with corrosion is a constant task; washdown after every flight, lots of ACF50, and paint touchups on  a regular basis.  Bob

(Ed Note: Bob lives in paradise!...Hawaii)

N6255K   S/N 462

Bob Gould
CHIEF PILOT RONALD GRAEF
14328 Colonial Grand Blvd
Orlando, Florida 
No current e-mail


Chief Pilot for Cargo Airline at Kissimmee Florida,
Graef is also an I/A & A/P



N6438K   S/N 678
Ronald Graef
SYLVAIN GRENIER
380 16th Avenue Pointe Calumet
Quebec, Canada J0N 1G1
phone no : (450) 623-1950


N?   S/N 952
Sylvain Grenier
TOM GUNTLY
22031 6 Mi Rd
Franksville Wi 53126
(262) 895-2948         
grouche1@tds.net

As a Republic owner I have proudly owned SN 280, N6097K since I believe 1972 and have flown it for years. I flew for many years to and during Oshkosh air show and have seen some notoriety as the Republic kit under the Mach 2 name made in France has my N number as the American, have three flying bee's on the field (SN:
603, 285, 693 and mine 280), mine temporarily not included, after 25 years mostly stored outside she needs a good going through and will be hanger for the rest of my ownership which should be 30-40 years. I am owner/operator of the Cindy Guntly Memorial Airport in Wisconsin.

N6097K   S/N 280
Tom Guntly

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